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The House of Representatives is now pursuing President Trump’s impeachment for the second time in 13 months, counting that he is the only president to be blamed twice in history.
Although this time the prosecution may be a second matter. All Republicans opposed a December 2019 House vote, arguing that it was politically driven. But now, some GOP lawmakers are joining Democrats, pointing the finger at the president to use the rhetoric that helped spark a violent uprising at City Hall on Wednesday that left the dead. At least five people
Wednesday’s class impeachment vote contained one article citing the “Inciting riots” will be debated in the house. Voting supporters confirm that they have the right to pass.
The resolution stated: “President Trump is seriously detrimental to the security of the United States and the institutions of government of the United States, threatening the integrity of democracy, interfering with peaceful transitions of power and betraying the unequal branches of government. he Trust as president against the injury of the people of the United States ”
Watch the House broadcast at 9am ET. (Jump to the description of the process)
The House Judiciary Committee released a report on Tuesday evening outlining the dramatic blockade at City Hall on Jan. 6 and arguments that the president implied “a” shocking blockade “. “The imminent threat” and “his continued tenure is clear and current. It is dangerous for the United States. ”
It can be concluded: “The facts state that he is not fit for another day in office and guarantees immediate impeachment of President Trump.”
As scheduled, the House is expected to approve the resolution in the afternoon. Almost every member of the House of Representatives in the House of Representatives supported the resolution.
On Tuesday, President Trump criticized his second attempt to impeach him, defending a speech he spoke last week to supporters, where he urged them to go to the capitol, which Congress endorsed. That Joe Biden won the election Militants then raided the building, forcing Vice President Pence, lawmakers and officials to seek shelter.
The president pressed by reporters traveling with him on a trip to Alamo, Texas, what his roles and responsibilities were for the violence insisted he was not to blame.
“They analyzed my speech, my speech and my final paragraph, my final sentence, and everyone at T thought it was perfectly appropriate,” Trump said, but his remarks were widely condemned, including Republicans charged with rebellion
How the process works and what to look for
Setting parameters, discussions, rules and votes: The house will meet at 9:00 AM ET on Wednesday, after some housekeeping, lawmakers will begin debating the rules that dictate a two-hour debate on resolving impeachment. After the council debates the rule, they voted and may vote in another process. These are expected to go through most of the party lines.
Discussion of the impeachment article: The House will begin a debate on the vote with a two-hour split between Republicans and Democrats. Lawmakers from each side held the discussion, urging members to speak and setting a certain number of speeches for each speech. The horrifying stories from some lawmakers feared to be alive during last week’s riots may have made a day full of emotions.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Announces a group of nine Democrats who will serve as litigation manager: Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin will be “Chief Manager”; He worked as a professor of the constitution before running for Congress. Eight others have legal backgrounds as prosecutors or prosecutors – Representative Diana DeGette of Colorado, David Cicilyn of Rhode Island, Joaquin Castro of Texas, Eric Swalwell of California, Ted Lieu of California, Representative Stacey. Plaskett, of the Virgin Islands, Rep. Joe Neguse of Colorado and Rep. Madeleine Dean of Pennsylvania.
It is unclear who will lead the Republican debate as the leaders have been excluded from the prosecution. But strong Trump allies like Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan; Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs; And Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a QAnon follower, was among those defending the president’s actions during Tuesday’s debate over the 25th Amendment resolution.
Republican split: Wyoming GOP Representative Liz Cheney, 3rd GOP Leader, announced Tuesday that she would vote YES, and that the layover with the president, accompanied by offensive remarks that directly blamed him for the riots, could provide protection to the President. Those considering supporting the resolution
“There has never been a betrayal of the President of the United States in his office and more oaths to the Constitution,” Cheney said.
Last week, most House GOP meetings supported the president and voted against two states’ election results – just hours after the attack. But as details emerge, pro-Trump extremists arrested in recent days claimed the president was the inspiration for their actions, a number of Republicans in full. The mind to blame him was expected to increase. So far, the numbers announced that they will vote yes are single digits.
Vote amid the epidemic and safety and new rules: Following the attack last week, top security officials in the council are requiring lawmakers and all staff to be screened before they enter the council chamber. Magnetometers It was set up at the main entrance, and some GOP members complained about them or walked around them on the floor Tuesday evening, ignoring the new security measures.
Members are reminded that House guidelines require that members with licensed firearms be restricted from keeping in their offices. New fines were imposed on those who refused to wear masks.
Voting, which usually takes 15 minutes, will be extended due to social alienation practices now requiring lawmakers to stagger the bulk of voting to reduce the large crowds of people congregating on the floor.
Senate Trial Period: It was not clear how quickly Pelosi would pass an impeachment resolution to the Senate after it passed the House. The Senate is not scheduled for session until January 19, the day before Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. Chuck Schumer, the incoming Senate Majority Leader in New York, is exploring efforts to use emergency powers to bring the Senate back before the 19th, but Voice Leader Mitch McConnell. Most of the present must agree.
Biden’s ally is openly concerned that starting his tenure with the impeachment ruling will prevent the new government from getting priorities early through Congress, as does other coronavirus relief kits for his part. Biden said he was consulting with senators and congressmen on setting a schedule that would devote half of the day to the impeachment hearing and the other half to confirm his cabinet nomination and consider the law.
When two Democrats elected in the Jan. 5 runoff elections are adopted and they are sworn in office, Democrats will take control of the room because of the Senate. Will be divided evenly 50-50 by the incoming Vice President to destroy the relationship for her. Majority party Leaders are required to draft an impeachment resolution to determine the criteria for the procedure for the hearing.
Roberta Rampton, editor of NPR White House contributed to this story.